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Aikane Bicycle & Sport Shack
(808) 966-6060
16-0566 Pahoa Rd
Keaau, HI
 
Paradise Archery & Leather Shop
(808) 982-7048
Hawaiian Paradise P
Keaau, HI
 
Kaya`s Cutlery
(808) 935-8345
141 Mamo Street
Hilo, HI
 
JCPenney
(808) 959-0229
111 E Puainako
Hilo, HI
 
Symbike LLC
(808) 985-9137
19-4034 Haunani Rd
Volcano, HI
 
WR Party Rentals
(808) 982-7290
Box Box # 893
Keaau, HI
 
Big Island Coin & Stamp
(808) 935-6398
148 Mamo Street
Hilo, HI
 
Tires of Hawaii
(808) 961-6001
170 Wiwoole Street
Hilo, HI
 
Island Wide Canopy Tents
(808)959-3800-(808)959-4407
844 Uilani Place # A
Hilo, HI
 
Waiakea Racquet Club
(808) 961-5499
400 Hualani Street Apt 378
Hilo, HI
 

Making Your Long Shot

"Not by a long shot" used to mean bad odds for a gambler trying to fill an inside straight in five-card stud. Nonetheless, nearly every hunting catalog and magazine we look at these days bombards us with "long-range" ammunition, "long-range" optics, and "long-range" rifles.

Long shots in the 400-plus-yard range should never be attempted at whitetails unless you have practiced thoroughly and are using an adequate long-range rifle/ ammunition/optics combo that you have confidence in.

For most whitetail hunting situations in the eastern half of the country, "long-range" is pretty short. But consider this: One of the most common land units in rural America is a 40-acre field. And there is scarcely a whitetail rifle hunter living who hasn't at least once in his life been sitting in a ground blind or tree stand along one edge of a 40-acre field and seen a buck of his dreams feeding placidly at the fencerow on the opposite side.

How far away is that deer? Just a quarter of a mile, or 440 yards to be exact. Should you try that shot? Probably not. But the temptation can sometimes be overwhelming. Not to mention the growing amount of whitetail hunting occurring in the more open states of the Great Plains and West....

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